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Where to pamper mum with an extravagant feast

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mother’s day 2021 dining

With Mother’s Day just around the corner on 9 May, it’s about time to start planning on how best to pamper mum.

Last year’s occasion was a muted affair due to the Circuit Breaker — which disallowed dining in restaurants and led most of us to turn to food deliveries — so the upcoming one is our chance to really pull out all the stops and give our queens the unforgettable celebrations they deserve.

From elegant afternoon tea sets to indulgent boozy brunches and long, lazy lunches, here’s your ultimate Mother’s Day 2021 dining guide.

(Main and featured images: Wakanui)

1. The Marmalade Pantry (Downtown)

If a languid afternoon of tea and dainty bites is more up mum’s alley, pamper her with the Marmalade Pantry’s weekend afternoon tea ($54++ for two diners), which features a two-tier set laden with goodies

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New Miami Restaurant Openings Include Paperfish, Salt & Straw, and Miami Diner


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Another week, another round of new restaurants opening in Miami.

This week, check out handmade dumplings at Zitz Sum in Coral Gables. Or grab a scoop of Miami-inspired ice cream with the Coral Gables Salt & Straw.

Other openings include a new speakeasy-themed sushi restaurant, the expansion of Miami Diner in South Beach, and a delivery-only concept that specializes in pairing sandwiches with champagne.

Do you know of any openings that aren’t on our list? Let us know in the comments or email [email protected]

Champs & Heroes delivers sandwiches and champagne to your door.

Champs & Heroes delivers sandwiches and champagne to your door.

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Miami native Jourdan Binder — one of the creatives behind the Anderson and Broken Shaker — has a new delivery-only concept: sandwiches paired with Champagne. His odd-couple idea, dubbed 

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